Our Process

Whether it be a scent, an array of colors in the sky, or the latest skincare trends, each batch of soap starts with an idea.  I begin formulating a recipe that will create the feel of the bar before weighing out each ingredient. 

After weighing each additive, oil, water, color, fragrance, I mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl until it reaches the right consistency.  At that time I may add fragrances & colors before pouring the mixture into a loaf mold, similar to a bread loaf mold.  I allow the mixture to set up for 24 to 48 hours before unmolding it from the loaf.  Once the soap is unmolded, I handcut each slice into individual bars.  After the cut, I wait 24-48 hours before trimming and beveling the edges if needed.  Once the individual bars are "cleaned", I set them on a drying rack where they will cure for 4-6 weeks.  The curing time allows for water to gradually evaporate from the bars so they can harden and last.  After the curing time is up, I am able to share my creations.